Mainly Maritime

A maritime museum incorporating the Warship & Marine Corps Museum that exhibits a vast collection of original artefacts from around the world spanning six centuries collected over 60 years.
Exhibited in a large building in over 8 areas. it allows the visitor to view international maritime exploration, warfare, trade, policing the oceans and space exploration.
Artefacts are all original and include paintings, ship models, weapons, uniforms, charts, signed documents, personnel and ships’ archives and more. It also contains a library of over 5,000 books and documents plus a collection of over 100,000 original images available for public research.

Contact Details

13 Pendrigh Place
St Helens, 7216

0439 581 701
warshipmuseum@gmail.com
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